Allan C. Carlson
Allan C. Carlson, scholar and professor of history at Hillsdale College in Michigan, is president of The Howard Center, director of The Family in America Studies Center, and editor of The Family in America. His books include Family Questions; From Cottage to Work Station: The Family's Search for Social Harmony in the Industrial Age; and The New Agrarian Mind: The Movement Toward Decentralist Thought In Twentieth-Century America. He earned his Ph.D. in modern European history from Ohio State University and his A.B. from Augustana College. His past professional posts include serving as the president of the Rockford Institute and serving on the National Commission on Children.
Allan C. Carlson was also a guest on the MARS HILL AUDIO Report, "Wandering Towards the Altar." A short description of the Report is available here.
Mr. Carlson is a frequent lecturer at the Family Research Council, a nonprofit research and educational organization located in Washington, D. C., which is dedicated to articulating and advancing a family-centered philosophy of public life. Between November 2002 and June 2003 he gave five Family Policy Lectures titled: "Rebinding the Generations: Solving the Elder Care Crisis"; "Reinventing the Schoolroom: Education as Homecoming"; "'Bailey Park' or 'Greater Pottersville'? The Natural Family in the 21st-Century Suburb"; "The Fertility Gap: Recrafting American Population Policy for a Depopulating World"; and "Marriage on Trial: Why We Must Privilege and Burden the Traditional Marriage Bond." In addition to being published in print (and available by order from 800.225.4008), these lectures, along with others by Carlson and similar lecturers, are available on-line.
Additional information about Allan Carlson is available through the web pages of ISI Books.